No. The City Attorney is hired to work exclusively as in-house counsel to the City of Madison as a body corporate. Their job is to protect the interests of the corporation by providing legal services and advice to the corporation's officials and employees. The City Prosecutor is hired to represent the City in all criminal matters arising out of City Code violations and misdemeanors which occur within the corporate limits of Madison. They do not provide prosecution services related to felonies which are committed in Madison--those are handled by the District Attorney of the county in which they occur.
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If you need to discuss or obtain clarification of how these statutory requirements apply to your particular situation, you should consult with a private attorney. City Clerk Department.